Over the last 69 years, Fender Musical Instruments Corporation has established its position as the premier brand of guitars, amplifiers, PA sound equipment and foot pedals used by today’s leading performers and music enthusiasts. The American manufacturer has improved its time to market by 30-40% thanks to its in-house design center, powered by the Objet Eden350V 3D Printer from Stratasys. Superior Products, Lower Costs Exceptional products are the key to Fender’s unrivaled reputation
London-based designer Adam Nathaniel Furman is quite an all-round talent: he is trained in architecture and fine arts, but also works in areas like product design, interior design, writing, and teaching. It only seems logical that a person who is so eager for knowledge would soon embrace the world of 3D printing
Already home to numerous architectural wonders, including the world’s tallest building , Dubai is set to add the world’s first 3D-printed office building to its streets.
Stratasys was thrilled to receive the People’s Choice Award for best exhibit at RAPID 2015 Conference and Exposition.
Formlabs are continuing to create new resins for their Form 1 3D printer. Last year they rolled out their Functional Resins in “Flexible” and “Castable” flavors, and this year they’re adding ” Tough Resin ” to the line-up
A new 3D-printing ink being developed at Northwestern University could soon make it possible to build objects which are made of graphene for 60 percent of their volume and 75 percent of their weight.
From start-up to global player: Twenty-five years ago, a young research engineer saw a 3D printer for the first time. Seeing this novel technology in action immediately sparked his interest and, more importantly, his imagination. Now, 25 years in, we are proud of all the meaningful innovations we’ve materialized.
When you first see a 3D printer, it’s mesmerizing.
Beyond summer beaches and music festivals what about visiting an hackesrspace and being inspired by making stuff? The Makermap charts the hackerspaces and the maker resources around the world.
The creators of the 3D-drawing pen known as the 3DSimo are back again, and this time they have a new device called the 3DSimo Mini. The device is smaller, of course, but the team is also expanding the functionality of it by adding a foam cutter, a burn tool, and a soldering iron